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been willing to testify against mr. steve cohen so the government cannot indict him. adam: i want to quote you from a national journal in september, 2012 you wrote the sec is settling cheaply with entities and ignore individuals of policy at parking tickets for securities fraud. you want to take that statement back? is this when we get the decision down the road? >> this is the department of justice today, not the sec be at adam: but everybody expects the sec to follow suit. speak out i think they are going to do that eventually. what i don't know is if the administration law judge hearing the case will grant a lifetime ban for basically failure to supervise your broker. it is one of the least serious of the sec offenses. they may get what they are looking for and eventually they're going to get mr. steve cohen out of the brokerage business. but i don't think in general has used very high penalties. the statement you quoted me was about the general sec behavior toward most financial institutions and even in the london will case you don't see the sec suing any individual offices. l
. upper 50s and low 60s. here is sal. >>> steve, its going to be a rough one out there. a lot of wet roads and a lot of slippery conditions. we've had a bunch of fender benders out there. the latest one being southbound 880. a car ran off the road into the mud. somewhat of a minor crash. however they have to shut that off ramp down to get that car out of there. we have a crash here 98th and international where they called several medics to the scene. it looks like they are getting a handle on it. san francisco east 80 at seventh there is a crash right near where there was flooding. they are trying to get it out of the way. there is already a little bit of slow traffic on northbound 101 trying to get on to that lower deck of the bay bridge. at 5:02 let's go to live pictures. this is a look at the bay bridge. it is light. and no problems in san jose. this is a look at 80 westbound. that is is a nice drive. let's go back to the desk. >>> the wet weather is still causing big problems. pg&e crews have been busy all night restoring power to bay area homes and businesses. janine de la vega is in
fund firm started by billionaire steve cohen does not close the door on future criminal prosecution of individuals at that hedge fund. now, sac capital has released this statement saying in part: we take responsibility for the handful of men who pleaded guilty and whose conduct gave rise to sac's liability. quote, the tiny fraction of wrongdoers does not represent the 3,000 honest men and women wolf worked here -- who have worked here during the past 21 years. sac has never encouraged, promoted oral tolerated insider trading. no outside investors. our charlie gasparino has been following the case from the very beginning, he will be here in just a few moments, he's running back from the courthouse to tell us what it all means for founder steve cohen and his future managing money. and maybe even some of the other firms that might be now in the crosshairs. the stunning market rally continues right now. the scorecard, s&p 500 up some 24% year-over-year. right to the floor show. the cme group, the nymex and the new york stock exchange. first, we really should talk about what's going on w
to be joined by senator ron johnson and steve scalise at 7:30. first up, let's ask our health care experts what they think about the president's announcements today. joining us is gavin newson, bob, president of health policy and hchl hadley heath. there may be less there than meets the eye regarding what president obama said as reported by our own bob harwood and robert costa. up to the insurance commissioners, up to the insurance companies themselves. do you think canceled policies will be restored in any bulk size? >> probably not. this is really an administrative mess. one company has said that they are going to try to do it, florida bluecross. most other companies are having a good time with this. this is nothing more than the president throwing the hot poe pat toe about cancellations back to the health insurance companies. the insurance companies, to do this, only have 31 days to right the ship here. this is coming from the president who built healthcare.gov in three years and it doesn't work and he's telling the insurance industry that in 31 days, because december 15th is the deadline, t
their son's final moments. here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: this is the surveillance video that the u.s. attorney here has now asked the fbi to study tonight, from that cold afternoon. 17-year-old kendrick johnson, in the white shirt, walks into a busy high school gym in georgia, and never walks back out. >> it's one step closer to finding out what happened to my son. >> reporter: what happens next wasn't caught on camera. the sheriff, the school system and a state pathologist all say that johnson most likely dropped a shoe into a rolled up gym mat and then suffocated trying to get it out. johnson's family refuses to believe this, and they've now convinced their u.s. attorney to help. >> at this time, i am of the opinion that a sufficient basis exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: the parents hired their own medical examiner who said this was a killing, blunt force trauma to the neck. when they exhumed his body, many of his internal organs were missing. authorities blamed the f
delaying tactics, no more mickey mouse. and with any luck, there will be action. steve kornacki and joan walsh. well, the president's enemies have made history in the ferocity and frequency of their attacks on the most basic jobs of the president in febds they challenged his right but filibustering the confirmation of chuck hagel. to protect consumers by holding up his nominee for the protective bureau. for two full years. that nominee was finally confirmed in july. in october they challenged his right of blocking mel watt to head the federal housing finance committee. while it was to be the first member of congress to be denied confirmation since the civil war. and most recently, any judges between october 31st and november 18th. shot them all three of the president's nominees to d.c. court of appeals. today they invoke what's called the nuclear option. it kills the republican threat of a filibuster on most presidential appointments. but the bigger message is clear. democrats and this president have gone to war with their enemies finally. let's listen to the president. >> today's patter
rose. >> tonight a special conversation with jony ive, apple's chief of design and the man steve jobs desribed as his spiritual partner. and marc newson, a industrial designer who made everything from ca, jewelry, and airport tin terrier, they teamed up to apple's red to auction the a sotheby's to go to the global find to find aides. ive and newson have known each other for 13 year, ive is almost as important to he'll success as legendary c.e.o. steve jobs. he is behind the designs for the i mac, ipod, i phones, and ios 7 the latest-- the it has helped apple sell millions of its products around the world. newson's range as a design is unparalleled, so much so that the "new york times" once asked, is there anything marc newson has not designedment his lockheed lounge chair has set world records at auctions. ive and newson have both redefined the boundaries between art and design, form and function. their work has been featured in museums and earned them countless awards. we talk with jony and marc about the auction, their craft, and their friendship. >> define for me what this exhibit
with a man she met three years ago. steve jaconi, a san jess yeah construction worker. it became public after a violent confrontation between the two at this newark hotel, february, 2012.. >> i remember falling back and going, no. no. no. like that. like, you know? he just by himself, i think. >> authorities investigated whether to charge jaconi with assault, nadia took leave for a month of rehab, returning to work a spotlight on her. reports that she posed as his attorney so she can visit him in jail. then, e mailing mercury news with accusation her husband, bill, once attorney general bought and gave me drugs years before meeting steve. then, called me crazy when i sought help. iet was more personal theft, relationship issues that is yi said some of the statement was true. some wasn't. >> he never bought you drugs? >> no. >> never gave you drugs? >> no. >> bill lockyer declined an interview but his spokesman says it's totally utterly false he provided drugs to his wife, after that controversy, nadia resigned from the board of supervisors the attorney general refused to charge jacodi. it did
but leading a secret life with a man she met three years ago. steve jaconi, a san jess yeah construction worker. it became public after a violent confroation between the two at this newark hotel, february, 2012.. >> i remember falling back and going, no. no. no. like that. like, you know? he just by himself, i think. >> authorities investigated whether to charge jaconi with assault, nadia took leave for a month of rehab, returning to work a spotlight on her. reports that she posed as his attorney so she can visit him in jail. then, e iling mercury news with accusation her husband, bill, once attorney general bought and gave me drugs years before meeting steve. then, called me crazy when i sought help. iet was more personal theft, relationship issues that is yi said some of the statement was true. some wasn't. >> he never bought you drugs? >> no. >> never gave you drugs? >> no. >> bill lockyer declined an interview but his spokesman says it's totally utterly false he provided drugs to his wife, after that controversy, nadia resigned from the board of supervisors the attorney general refus
months later, steve, the survivors, the people who survived the attack in benghazi have not been made available to the u.s. congress for oversight pumps. so i'm going to block every appointment in the senate until the survivors are being made available to the congress. >> that was the morning after the "60 minutes" piece aired. but nothing from senator lindsey graham today. and david, how does he justify blocking every post that the president proposes? i'm talking about the head of federal reserve, all of these things that have absolutely nothing to do with benghazi. >> sure. well, you're right. they've been quiet today. at least as far as we knew by mid-afternoon, fox has not covered this story at all. what's going to happen here rather than what should happen is they're going to have some closed door hearings next week in front of a partisan committee. this source didn't work out for them. but they're going to keep looking and looking until somebody says what they want them to say. what should happen here is the republicans, "60 minutes" should apologize to the american people. they
for foreign relations. steve, first to you, what part of this surprised you in terms of its severity in terms of the force? what took you by surprise? >> well, to some extent what took me by surprise was how slow we were to realize what a tremendous storm this was. it got very little coverage. in fact, i learned about it from a german friend on friday morning last week who shared the images of this incoming storm. right there it was clear that this was going to be a monumental event. with the kinds of wind that were being predicted, 190 knots but came in close to 150 knots of wind, that's a tremendous amount of wind to insure devastation in its wake. >> we should have realized this was going to be pretty massive. and we didn't do enough preparation in advance? >> to an extraordinary extent, when it comes to disasters before they hit, time is your friend. and after they hit, it becomes your enemy really quick. and it seem that is we need visuals that there's destruction before we kick into high gear. we have to be much more front-loaded. the fact is, i would argue the department of defense sho
steve out. >> steve is oking good. >> oh, i'm sorry. >> steve is wearinone of the big trends for guys right now which is bold ght colors. we've done it withhese gap chinos. this great emerald green. my tri when i'mearing a bright color i you want to pr it with sothing neutral. we he done that with ts navy ue sport coat from gap also. >> love the plaid shirt. >> it is festive but not too loud. >> thank you, hon. >> charlie is in his 20s. this is crlie an mark. >>ark is here, too. hi, mark. >> they're both going ton office christmasarty. so charlie doenot work in a corporate environment so hcan be a littlmore casual, but we want to dress it up with this fair isle tie. it's a tongue ister. but i think the star of the piece is the great burgundy caigan which we ask drs up hereut you can also pairt up witheans. this is all from asos. >> i think he needs ascot. >> i think he can pull off anything. >> mark's a su and tie guy. >> mark's a suit and tie guy. mark's dressed a little more formal mark, if you couldust -- there we go. >>hank you. this is a great navy blue suit. >> he looks very ha
of numbers. >> holy cow, a busy one. >> we could have a settlement between the government and steve cohaan's capital. that story is coming up. >> are more people trading in their old tablets? we will talk to the ceo of gazelle. >>> back with "squawk on the street" live from post 9 in just a moment. nes investment management & investment servicing, giving us unique insights which help us attract the industry's brightest minds who create powerful strategies for a country's investments which are used to build new schools to build more bright minds. invested in the world. bny mellon. easy-to-use platform. no, thank you. we know you're always looking for the best fill price. and walk limit automatically tries to find it for you. just set your start and end price. and let it do its thing. wow, more fan mail. my uncle wanted to say thanks for idea hub. he loves how he can click on it and get specific actionable trade ideas with their probabilities throughout the day. [ male announcer ] open an account and get a $150 amazon.com gift card. call 1-888-280-0149 now. optionsxpress by charles schwab. a
longer. >> steve has your veterans day forecast. >> a lot of smoke because of a southeast wind and some of that smoke is actually blowing more westerly or northeast. there seems to be more of an easterly -- easterly -- easterly breeze. 40s and 50s on the temperatures for some, most of the lows are kind of stuck and if you get that low cloud deck it is tough to burn off. 64 will start you off with and there is a lot of low clouds in place in advance of that system which is trying to work its way in which a to the north so it looks not very promising for tomorrow, a lot of upper of 60s and 70s, here is sal. if you want to get on the freeway heading down the peninsular, if you are headed towards caesar shove visit it will -- caesar chavez it will take you passed the accident and the only problem is it could affect the bay bridge and the other problem is, it is light. we have a problem at northwest 80 in texas and there are no major injuries only minor injuries. they are okay on highway 4, on veterans day they have the day off and it will make it easier for those of us who do have to go to
on water. both expected to be okay. speaking of okay, here's steve. >> thank you very much, brian. a controversial textbook now approved by the texas school board despite concerns it is factually incorrect on a number of issues, including climate change and fracking. oil and gas professional becky berger tried persuading the texas board against adopting the book but to no avail. our next guest is not surprised. we're joined by a former member of the texas state board on education, cynthia dunbar joins us. becky berger stood in front of the board considering this textbook and said you can't have our kids read this. it is one-sided and riddled with air. they said we're going to print it any way with some changes. >> right. what's interesting is issues with errors in textbook is very common. nobody wants to think there are errors in textbook. those error concerns come up all the time. then it comes down to the question of are these factually octoberable errors or -- factually objectionable errors. then the problem comes where is the pool of information? if conservation make the compl
match at kp.org and thrive. announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [cheers and applause] [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: let's go. how are you folks? thank you very much. right on. thank you very much, everybody. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. we got another good one for you today, folks. we've got a family here returning for the third day. with a total of 20,895 bucks, from scottsdale, arizona, it is the cohen family. uh-oh. and from right here, just up the street, marietta, georgia, it's the dorcin family. [cheers and applause] everybody's here trying to win themselves a lot of cash and a shot at driving out of here in a head-turning ford fusion. good luck to everybody. give me shani, give me lindsay. let's
, happy thanksgivukkah. >>> good evening. thanks to you at home for joining us. i'm steve krenaki. rachel has the night off. it is the day before thanksgiving in america, because of this. >>> the office of the presidency, the most powerful position in the world, brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities. this is not one of them. >> that is the president today pardoning a turkey with first daughter, sasha and malia. the turkey's name, in case you are wondering, is popcorn. he is from the state of minnesota. the president was obviously back at the white house today along with popcorn. he spent the better part of this week not in you go wa. he spent the better part of this week in california where he attended fund-raisers. he visited dreamworks animation where he joked that his ears were the inspiration for shrek. in california, the president gave a big immigration address where he was heckled by a dreamer who pleaded for an end of deportation. the president said there was only so much he could do himself. he is going to need congress to act to do more. one thing he did not dev
.yesterday, ceo steve ballmer gave his final remarks to shareholders before he leaves the positions. his comments moved chairman bill gates to tears. united continental has its sights set on saving. united is cutting back in an effort to save 2 billion dollars. the airline will re-route flights from asia to europe, to burn less fuel, and overhaul its website. there are no plans to reduce the workforce. united stock popped nearly 4%. on the news. a meeting on capitol hill proved beneficial to bitcoin investors. the virtual currency hit a new record high of 700 dollars in trading this week. after officials in a hearing on capitol hill backed bitcoin, testifying no new regulators will be needed to oversee it. some skeptics are wary the internet commerce is too complex. however lawmakers focused on "pros" of the system in yesterday's hearing. "some proponents -- now proponents believe that digital currencies can prove valuable to those in developing countries without access to stable financial systems. others believe it could prove to be the next generation payment system for retailers both online
and grappling with ways to coordinate better and less suspicion of military responders such as steve is referring to having the u.s. military go in. and hopefully all of this is going to mean we'll have less errors made by the responders. the problem now is just simply logistics. you don't have functioning hospitals. you don't have electricity for your operating rooms. you don't have the ability to purify water supplies. all of the basics have been devastated. >> thank you both very much. the point you made, steve flynn, that stuck with me, is if we knew about this looking at the data and looking at the maps, could we have mobilized a better response up front or do we need to see devastation and see terrible images before we muster political world to put out resources. it's a terrible challenge. we'll get better and better information from computers and from all kinds of technology but we still need to move and if the only thing that moves us are these horrible images, we end up waiting for the disaster any way. up next, what in the world. i have great checklist for you telling you h
, regina lewis. see you again soon. >>> in the next hour, i'm be joining steve for a special battle of the network stars edition of up against the clock. i'm going up against karen finney of disrupt. 8:45 eastern. so stay tuned for that >> bill maher has gift ideas for that special season. >> bill o'reilly's killing st. nick. he's always killing people. paula deen, the extremely white christmas. chris christie's 12 days of thanksgiving. he likes to eat. nsa. we see you when you're sleeping. oh, mayor rob ford. christmas is for sharing so give me some of your crack. barack obama. if you like your present you can pick your present. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. you can fill that box and pay one flat rate. how naughty was he? oh boy... [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. >>> welcome back to "weekends with alex witt". it's precisely half past the hour. u.s. military scaled back its relief operations in the philippines after the typhoon has kill
. >> steve. >> i thought it was lee harvey oswald. why do you say it was his own vice president? >> johnson had unique motives, means and opportunity. he was a man facing being dumped from the ticket and federal prosecution -- >> wait a minute. what do you mean he was going to be dumped? >> he had become a political liability by bobby kennedy's justice department in a wheeler dealer scandal and the bobby baker scandal. he was not only looking at political ruin, he was looking at prison and he was a very desperate man. >> okay. what did he do? >> i think there's three pieces of evidence that tie johnson to this crime. first of all, murder was in his repertoire. in my book i tie him to eight political murders prior to kennedy to cover up theft through fraud of the 1948 senate election and to cover up his financial wheeling dealings with billy solastas. murder was in his repertoire. he had a hit man named malcolm wallace. his finger prints were found on the sniper -- >> on the records. >> the dallas police find a finger print from malcolm wallace, a johnson retainer on the card booed box in th
as they point out, talking about 340,000 new auto jobs created for gm. thank you, steve. >> be careful. the stock that is not much of an overhang. a lot of people knew this. going for the job saying this is happening. those are taking it. you won't see it last a day unless the futures go up. gm doing better in europe and china. it is a good story. ford not going up since the -- the stock shouldn't be up at all. >> along with that a lot of retail numbers. shares of target are down sharply. discount retailer posting results below estimates siting delusion relating to the canadian segment where gross margins 13.8 versus 30%. >> it is the comp stores .9%. costco is .56. there is the halo. people want to give target the benefit of the doubt. you keep thinking this is going to be the breakout. the idea that we are going to wake up and target is going to be the same old target is not happening. it is a decent story, not a great story. i see no reason to buy or sell. >> you are neutral. >> when you have outfits like costco and williams sonoma i question why i have to own the stock. my travel i
: implementation is one thing. delay is another thing. steve hayes in washington. martha: bombshell details on what the administration knew about the launch of the trouble-plagued website. new documents show the system didn't hold up under stress tests leading up to the big day. the question is why didn't they put it on hold. in fact they weren't even close to where they were going to be. the site could tomorrow handle 1,000 users on a day before october 1. that's 1,000 users at a time nationwide. think about how small that is. amazon.com gets 95 million users a month which works out to 2,000 users per minute. bill: it has been quiet on the ceo front of these insurance companies. but we heard from one of the big five. he's urging government officials to quote push the pause button and shut down healthcare.gov until it's fixed entirely. he says this is the best short-term solution. instead of trying to fix tonight a patchwork manner day by day and hour by hour. martha: the number of people losing their health plans keeps growing. so far 4 million policies. 4 million people got unwanted letters in th
. mike harper, urbandale. right over there. the board of supervisors. chad, dallas county auditor. steve shepler. national committeewoman. member of the state central committee. and my old friend darrell. you've all gotten many calls from him. we've been working together for 46 years. where are you? nobody knows more about iowa politics and how to raise money. committee,nt of the right over here. we were duckhunting and we were not getting any. we were all wet. he looked at me and he said, maybe are not throwing the dog high enough. these are the good people keeping this government into nana working well. iowa and taxes are both working very well. let's have jack come up and give us a legislative report from the iowa senate. [applause] >> thank you for being here tonight and thank you for your support. it would not be possible without all of your support. it's very much appreciated. giving a brief report and i would like to introduce my colleagues in attendance tonight. the first from urbandale, brad. from south the last iowa, state senator joni ernst. and finally our newest senator, cha
, steve, people thought of him as a vietnam president, they had forgotten the wonderful things he had done, especially in 1964 and 1965. so he died a very unhappy man but about a month before that, he had the symposium at the lbj library, brought a lot of civil rights leaders in. he had heart pains that day in public to get through it he ended it using the words we shall overcome. so it was emotional. he never lived to see the reassessment i agree with you, it is now happening today. >> people remember how young lbj was when he died. he was only 64. i want to thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> we will join to the present day t. race between the parties not to come in last. that's next. . >> we have been talking about the political environment in 1963. now we will fast forward to the present day. we are joined by the washington bureau chief for the is the sun times." sasha eisen berg, author of the victory lab and continue for the magazine mon cal and a staff writer at the daily boast.com. as for what we're going to talk about, there appears to be a common thread linking the numbe
people, but they were polite. and steve carson made me squirm for my dinner by asking hard questions. but he too was a good -- he was very dubious about what i was saying. i'm pleased to report that our friend, the late steve, told me not too long before he died, really, that he remembered that session. and he was gracious enough to say that his doubts had been relieved. and he agreed with me -- what i was arguing about. and, of course, it was as greg says, only a few years ago that we were honored -- my partner and i were honored for our editorial work by this group. and it was -- it's something we are very proud of, and i can't thank you enough for that honor. you may not think that i've done you any favor of talking about the gettysburg address. everybody knows the gettysburg address. most of you can recite it, i'm sure. it's the most famous speech in the world. a lot of people think it's the best speech in the world. it's storied. there are endless, endless mythology about it. and i know that the myths irritate some serious historians. but i think it's all part of the landscape.
. and steve carson made me squirm for my dinner by asking hard questions. but he too was a good -- he was very dubious about what i was saying. i'm pleased to report that our friend, the late steve, told me not too long before he died, really, that he remembered that session. and he was gracious enough to say that his doubts had been relieved. and he agreed with me -- what i was arguing about. and, of course, it was as greg says, only a few years ago that we were honored -- my partner and i were honored for our editorial work by this group. and it was -- it's something we are very proud of, and i can't thank you enough for that honor. you may not think that i've done you any favor of talking about the gettysburg address. everybody knows the gettysburg address. most of you can recite it, i'm sure. it's the most famous speech in the world. a lot of people think it's the best speech in the world. it's storied. there are endless, endless mythology about it. and i know that the myths irritate some serious historians. but i think it's all part of the landscape. if you're going to have something grea
. >> welcome to the side show. mayor rob ford was the story of the day for late night comedians. here's steve colbert. >> ford apologized last week and i think that should have been the end of it. but apparently the mayor's critics cannot take, i smoked crack, for an answer. instead they've made even more alarming allegations. >> mayor ford was said to be snorting cocaine, drinking vodka and using oxycontin all while entertaining a prostitute in his office. >> drinking and driving, also a problem police say. they say that one staff member said that he was in the car with the mayor when the mayor chugged vodka mixed in with some gatorade. >> mayor ford steps out of the car and proceeds to urinate publicly next to a basically an elementary school. >> oh, canada. he was trying to tell kids to stay in school. seriously, kids, stay inside, the mayor's out there. >> by the way the toronto city council today voted overwhelmingly to strip mayor ford of some of his powers. but ford says he isn't going anywhere. meanwhile south of the border there was pretty brazen political chutzpah on yesterday's epa
from perfume to children's toys, but which may also be causing birth defects. but first, steve kroft's story on the enormous amount of money being spent to treat people as they approach the end of their lives. how much money? well, in 2009, medicare paid $55 billion for doctor and hospital bills for patients as they approached the last two months of life. to give you some perspective, that's more than the budget for the department of homeland security or the department of education. and as we reported in 2009, most of those bills were paid for by the government with few or no questions asked and with an estimated 30% of the treatments having no meaningful impact. >> ms. klish, it's dr. byock. >> marcia klish is either being saved by medical technology or being prevented from dying a natural death. >> we're just here checking on you. >> she's been unconscious in the intensive care unit at dartmouth hitchcock medical center in lebanon, new hampshire, for the better part of a week. one of her doctors, ira byock, told us it costs up to $10,000 a day to maintain someone in the icu. >> thi
at the white house website. what's happening, and i think steve touch on this is back, and i've been trying to remember why we did this. i worked on these issues in the clinton white house, and for some reason, we split them. there's a secure working group and e-commerce working group. i was one of the two crossover people. why did we split them? who knows. they've come back together. there's now issues of cybersecurity and internet govern nans, the itu overlapping considerably. as part of that, you have the control over content issues, and you have the issue of transporter data flows, not helped by the snowden revelations; right? every country has the same reaction. we did too. you know, you'll store data in other country, oh, it's got to be here; right? most countries, actually, that's the opening position. that's the debate we're having now. how do you manage -- we're in a period of transition. we're moving to a world where cyberspace will be treated like every other space, like the seas or whatever, physical end, and how you manage that transition so that we don't lose key values and ye
no immunity for any individual including the company's billionaire owner steve coen facing a civil lawsuit from the securities and exchange commission and his firm will no longer be able to manage money for outside investors. this is mid reports and federal prosecutors are on the verge of a $13 billion agreement with morgan chase over that bank's questionable mortgage procedures and both cases challenging the notion that some firms are too big, powerful to the economy to prosecute. some say criminal charges against chase would be a truer test. >> sec did not pose the same risk to the economy of too big to jail problem as one of the major money center banks like city bank, bank of america, wells fargo or jp morgan would. if you had one of those banks charged criminally it would limit their ability to transact business and have massive lay offs and a real problem for the economy. >> the fines topped the 157 million dollars that the hedge fund was ordered to pay and he is also serving a 11-year prison sentence. charges against coen are still possible and al jazeera new york. >> it's time for
neighbor i spoke to named steve mills. he talked to me earlier this summer. take a listen. >> there was a kid unthe street, crying, hollering, he was panicking. mr., can i have spg to eat? i'm starved. >> i was making a sandwich to be hungry. so we didn't think nothing of it. the other two come up and said he's new. he's just getting used to the area and being with a new family and new siblings. and so we thought nothing of it. >> i think the most troubling thing out of this all, don, is the fact that the adopted mother, she worked for social services. this is somebody who's supposed to protect children like this. >> not that there's any excuse, nick, but she should know better. >> we're watching a se vooer weather line. maybe severe, we need a better word. this has been deadly. two people have died. 37 people have been injured. we've been speaking to the emergency corrector in illinois. look at this, it's not over yet. we'll follow it for you here on cnn. there is major damage in kokomo. make sure you stay with us, we'll be right back. >>> take us through it. i understand
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about what they knew about this situation? >> reporter: the owner steve ross called for an independent outside investigation from the nfl. the coach has been on the defensive. yesterday we were at the dolphins training center where he was peppered with questions by the meade what who wants to know what he knew and when he knew it. >> if the review shows this is not a safe atmosphere, i will take whatever measures are necessary to insure that it is. i have that obligation to the players that i coach on a daily basis. i will do that. >> reporter: there has been a lot of outrage about incognito's behavior and his racist texts inside the locker room. no player attacked incognito. several took to praising him as a great teammate. bill: the coach said the right thing there. now you have to figure out what the team knew if it knew anything. >> it's clear he had a difficult past and he's unpush in that lights as far as the rest of the nfl goes. you have this buffedy in there with him using the "n" word. bill: it's election day and a certain new jersey governor is up for reelection and it could
hood foundation, steve cohen released in the past before sac imploded, his investment ideas and ackerman coming out two fridays where he is going to update everybody on his famous purple shorts. he is apparently tweaking the presentation and the thing that has people concerned is he is going to try out some testimony from former disgruntled former employees or distributors to underscore his contention. lori: why faithfully at this point? >> it is of pyramid scheme. we should point out ackerman has lost five hundred million. tracy: update us on the loss. >> on the short. tracy: did i make you lose your train of thought? >> everything okay today? tracy: i am just interested in this topic. the stock price is active. >> i am moving the market and your interrupting me. tracy: i am being annoying. >> let me finish and you can ask any questions. $500 million, speeches next week. what did you say? tracy: now you want me to speak? >> why hasn't given up on this? that is what herbal life are saying. sort of waiting to fight this back. when this comes out or before it comes out they ma
of the controversy, jonathan martin. steve is live outside of raymond james stadium in tampa. he has more for us now. >> even two weeks into this controversy, the owner of the miami dolphins says he isn't quite sure exactly what happened and why. that's why he is going to have a sit down, face to face with jonathan martin. he's trying to keep the location of that meeting a secret for now. before the game, steve ross also vowed he intends to change the culture of the dolphins locker room. >> one thing i will not change, there will not be any racial slurs or harassing or bullying in that workplace and that locker room and outside the locker room. >> to help ross make the changes, he's enlisted former coaches and players, including former miami great dan rmoreno. after a loss last tight to the winless bucs, they refused to place the blame on the scandal. >> the more and more it hits you in the face, you have to step up and face it and be able to handle it. life is risky. not everyone deals with a situation like this but you have to be able to face it. >> dophins quarterback was sacked twice near the en
with a cloudy sky. things are changing drastically and steve will have the updated forecast coming up. >> stay tuned. thank you mark. >>> excitement is growing among engineers and scientists for tomorrow's nasa mission to mars. nasa is expected to launch the maven. maven stands for mars atmosphere and volatile evolution. the project will help scientists study climate change on both planets. >>> reminder for car owners who let their payments slide. the french payment company installed technology that disabled the battery and renders the car useless if payments are late. it's not clear how strict the payment schedule is but it could provide a whole new meaning for the saying excuse my french. >> the flip side is if someone steals the car, they can shut it down. >>> could will be a quarterback controversy brewing in oakland. we will show you why. >> and the saints game co >>> play offs? don't talk about play offs. are you kidding me? play offs. good evening everyone thanks for joining us on the this sunday night edition. that famous quote came to my mind today after watching san francisco against
not think that's going to happen here. the target at sac capital was steve cohen. i think the outcome at sac capital was foreseeable if you look at all of the other cases that were part of the bigger sec capital probe. you're not going to have a situation with jpmorgan where you have a criminal indictment that turns the lobby of every jpmorgan office around the world into a state of the office health fund. you're tot going to shut down the bank. it's not going to happen. i think there is at least -- i don't want to say a handshake, but an understanding, we're not going to see a criminal case here. >> jacob, if you were called in by the independent director of the jpmorgan, so we're going to have a private meeting and we want to get your view on what the heck just happened here and how we should think about our own management and how we should think about them going forward, you would tell them what? >> i would tell them that this is a toxic, toxic, not a tough u.s. government, a toxic regulatory environment that's been created by the powers that -- by the powers that be in washington. i thin
any higher. >> reporter: among anxious americans watching stateside, steve and vicki kurzban of colorado saw their 18-year-old son simon on "world news." >> apparently 50 little kids got sucked away. >> reporter: a happy ending for one american family but for so many here who need so much and who are still five days in seeing so little aid get here, there is no end in sight. diane? >> thank you, terry. as you said need so much and there are so many ways to help these families in the philippines. we have listed many of the ways to help on our website. just go to abcnews.com. >>> and important news now for airline travelers, a major merger is a step closer. the justice department gave the green light to usairways and american to join forces to become the largest airline in the world. it could happen by the end of the year. >>> and tonight a rough new poll number for the president. for the first time a majority, 52 percent say the president is not honest and trustworthy. people felt misled about getting insurance through obama care and now president clinton is adding salt to the
of kendrick johnson what are the next steps? steve moore is here to tell us about it, a retired supervisor, special agent for the fbi joining us from washington this morning. >> good morning. >> steve, thank you for coming in. >> sure. >> a lot of moving parts with this investigation now being reopened. i think what many people will wonder is why is the u.s. attorney getting the fbi involved? what is the motivation? >> i think right now there could be several things. number one, there could be somebody on the side saying there's information that you, that the locals don't know that i want to give to you because i don't trust going to the locals with it, but more likely it's that they're after the trayvon martin case and because of this region, and some real strong concerns about whether certain people get justice. i think it's important that the united states attorney go in and answer questions about a crisis of confidence there. >> what are the next steps? what should people be expecting? >> well you're going to have to go back through the autopsy step by step by step. >> that's confusing
. chris will be back tomorrow. you can catch my show, "up with steve kornacki" at 8:00 a.m. weekends time. >> it's great to have you on at prime-time. >> thanks to you at home for joining me this hour. happy halloween. as you can see, same costume as last year. middle-aged lesbian pundit in a jacket bought for less than $20 at a mall. trick or treat. this is chris mcdaniel, he is a mississippi state senator of the tea party persuasion. he wants to mount a tea party hard right-wing primary challenge against mississippi's long-serving republican u.s. senator, thad cochran. and chris mcdaniel was the source of a little bit of political embarrassment earlier this month when the news magazine, mother jones, wrote about his history with neoconfederate groups in his state. mr. mcdaniel has been keynoting events hosted by this group, which is a local chapter of the sons of confederate veterans. one of the events that chris mcdaniel did for them featured all of the attendees dressing up in confederate uniforms. and these are not just guys who celebrate the history of the confederacy. these are guy
that this is not over yet, answering a lot of questions about why steve cohen was not ultimately a part of this case, whether he could be in the future and they did say we're certainly keeping every possibility open. a lot of confusion, too, about what's next for sac. there is this five-year probation so at max, bharara explained it will take them five years to wind down their current businesses and close forever. they may be able to become a family office for some period of time, perhaps the principals will reopen a new hedge fund at some point. we'll wait for more clarity from sac which has yet to comment, but a little bit of a defense there in spite of the fact that this was a landmark amount of money and there were five guilty pleas to securities and wire fraud is somewhat unprecedented, tyler and sue, or perhaps entirely unprecedented. we don't know what all the other cases are but the amount of money certainly is. >> i know we have to go, but kate, what was your read of that statement that i put the question to bethanie, that no institution is too big to jail. did you interpret that as he's go
the america's first mission to earth. this is steve harley and i. hubbel is 2,500 pounds, weighs nothing in space. very complicated mission -- complicated, the mission turned out to be. that's prelaunch on hubbel. you didn't see us prelaunch on my first flight, but on my first flight, we wore a regular old suit and helmet. then we felt wearing the suit, if we had another challenger type accident, it would allow the crew sometime -- that heat becomes a co-cune -- cacoon. it becomes a small space suit. so that's what we did. >> so both the challenger and columbia. what did that do? >> for me, or for the nation? >> just for you. >> columbia was devastating in and of itself. because i had been on the vehicle. >> was that 1987? >> that was 2003. >> challenger was -- >> challenger was 1986. that was very difficult. i trained with christie mcculiff. my first crew was the teacher in flight. then we took a member of congress. it turned out to be then congressman bill nelson and rod sieker, because we flew a classified camera that bob was the expert on. but the l -- to lose challenger 10 days afte
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